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‘Breaking Bad‘ star RJ Mitte and Green Lantern ‘bionic actress’ Angel Giuffria are determined to innovate disability depiction in Hollywood Industry.
RJ Mitte and Angel Giuffria Talked About Disabled Characters
Mashable originals have recently released a video with the caption, ‘How Disabled Actors are changing the Hollywood’. The priceless video clip features RJ Mitte and Angel Giuffria, decisive enough to bring revolution in Hollywood disability representation.
Actually, Mashable is a renowned creator of short documentaries. These documentaries feature effective personalities, innovations, and constructive transitions from around the world. This time the documentary is turning the spotlight on disabled Hollywood actors.
The Bionic Amputee Of Green Lantern, Angel Giuffria
Angel Giuffria describes herself as a bionic actress. Angel, in fact, is a congenital sufferer. She doesn’t have an arm by birth. The actress thus wears a high-tech prosthetic arm to conduct her daily activities. Mashable exclusively highlights the strength of this versatile actress.
Angel has performed in Green Lantern, The Accountants and The Hunger Games. The documentary addresses her struggles for pursuing a career in acting with a disability. It’s a complicated problem. They have to ensure disability representation in Hollywood is accurate. But also make sure that the disability doesn’t become the defining characteristic of the characters.
Breaking Bad Fame RJ Mitte Defeated His Cerebral Weakness
Another similar case is the Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte, playing the character of Walter Jr. a teenage businessman with cerebral palsy.
“After Breaking Bad I had to have kind of a career switch because every role and every good role and paying role that I got I was going to get I was drooling in a wheelchair”
Disability Representation in Hollywood
Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte And Angel Giuffria Want To Reshape The Disability Concept In Hollywood
“It takes time to change your mindset because people took disability as a weakness. People need to change their views and should take disability as an asset and knowledge.”
They further emphasize that disability is a personal challenge to face like the popular character NEMO, who faced all the troubles along with her undersized limb.